Arman Melikyan: "If Russia annuls that treaty officially it will become stimulating process of instability in our region"
The systemic crisis in Russian-Turkish relationship is spreading in the context of comprehensive geopolitical processes. The orientation and the main idea of these processes remind us that the Russian-Turkish confrontation will continue involving not only new fields but also new regions. During the interview with the correspondent of MAMUL.am news agency Arman Melikyan, politician and the former Foreign Minister of NKR answered the question how long the crisis in the relations of these two countries would continue. He explained: "Today I can only say that this crisis probably will culminate during one and a half year but now it is impossible to predict when the tension will be stopped by the defeat on one country or will begin to reduce in the result of creation of new geopolitical processes".
Speaking about the address from the communist deputies of the State Duma to Vladimir Putin concerning the denouncement of Treaty of Moscow in 1921 (under the treaty Kars Province, Surmalu Province, including Mount Ararat were passed to Turkey) A. Meliqyan emphasized that it is very important to mention that it was the representative of that party who suggested the denouncement of the Bolshevist-Kemalist Cooperation signed in Moscow in 1921 and the key leaders signing that treaty decided to ensure the consent and humility of Armenian authorities in the anti-Armenian provisions. "If Russia annuls that treaty officially it will become stimulating process of instability in our region. However, it is special that the denouncement of the treaty by Kreml will only be a step for creating premises of processes but the real mess will begin when the Republic of Armenia will be out of Treaty of Kars", the politician said and added Yerevan should observe this new initiative of communists and should find out the necessary political, diplomatic, economic and military solutions for resisting the following challenges and threats".